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Like New Kiboko - 22L+ Camera Backpack

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Designed to carry DSLRs or MIrrorless Cameras with Grips - the 22L Kiboko is incredibly versatile and handles enough gear for most use-cases.

Holds 2 DSLRs with up to 300mm f/2.8 Lens. Unattached up to 400mm lens

Weighs 3.7 lbs

Premium water-resistant  X-Pac® VX-21 shell - Carbon Neutral

Patented dual compartment system protects your gear and provides efficient access

REACH Compliant - minimal impact on human health and the environment

14 different organizational compartments and sleeves

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    Designed to Carry

    • DSLRs or Mirrorless Cameras with Grips
    • Up to a 17.35" (44cm) Lens + Body combo


    Interior Dimensions
    13.39 x 17.32 x 4.72" / 34 x 44 x 12 cm

    Exterior Dimensions
    13.39 x 18.11 x 5.91" / 34 x 46 x 15 cm

    Lightweight: 3.7 lbs

    • Made From Sails

      Made From Sails

      We've made our bag from sails. Sail cloth that is, using the 100% climate neutral VX-21 X-Pac materials. Providing maximum protection while maintaining its ultra lightweight portability.

    • Warning Blue Lining

      Warning Blue Lining

      Built in high visibility blue lining, never forget to zip up again! The Kiboko Backpack line adds an extra layer of protection with this visual cue.

    • Carry-on Size

      Carry-on Size

      The Kiboko is designed to stay within international flight carry-on size regulations. The bag comes in at 3.7 lbs freeing up weight to bring extra gear instead of extra bag on your next trip.

    • Extra Dividers

      Extra Dividers

      Our bags are infinitely configurable and come with plenty of extra divider types to accomodate any setup imaginable. Our dividers are also made out of Artillion Foam which is the same stuff used in motorcycle helmets. High impact protection, low weight and profile.

    Front Accessories Pockets

    At the exterior of the two front panels are the bags accessory pockets. Loaded with zipper pockets, a key ring, places for pens, and enough space collectively to put a wind breaker jacket inside. The zipper pockets inside feature a webbed style so you can see the contents of the pockets.

    X-Pac VX-21

    In all of our gear we use X-Pac VX-21, a sailcloth-inspired laminated rip-stop nylon. This is the gold standard in materials for bags. Even after years of abuse it holds up as a durable, water resistant, and utlra lightweight material. Some of our legacy users are still using their original Kibokos from 10 years ago.

    Main Compartments

    Our signature Butterfly style duel front access allows you to access the contents of your bag quickly and without exposing everything to the elements. Pack different variations in each side for maximum organization. Large DSLR and lens combos fit well inside the 22L Kiboko. There are also webbed zipper pockets on the outside panel of the main compartment for small misc items. The webbed design allows you to see the contents.

    Interior Dimensions

    13.39 x 17.32 x 4.72" / 34 x 44 x 12 cm

    Ultra Lightweight

    X-PAC® VX-21 by Dimension Polyant is the most light-weight and durable fabric ever for ultimate protection from the elements. We were the first to implement this material into camera bag design. The bag comes in at 3.7lbs / 1.68kg making it one of the lightest bags in its size class without compromising durability.

    Comparison Chart

    • Kiboko 16L  

      Kiboko 16L

      Designed to carry
      Mirrorless Systems

      Body and Lens Capacity
      Holds 2 Mirrorless Cameras and 3 Lenses. Also Holds 2 Mirrorless Cameras and 4 Lenses, 70-200mm

      Laptop Capacity
      Up to a 14" Laptop

      Exterior Dimensions
      12.6 x 16.54 x 5.91" / 32 x 42 x 15 cm

      Interior Dimensions
      11.42 x 15.75 x 4.33" / 29 x 40 x 11 cm

      3 lb / 1.36 kg

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    • Kiboko 22L  

      Kiboko 22L

      Designed to carry
      DSLRs or Mirrorless Cameras with Grips

      Body and Lens Capacity
      Holds 2 DSLRs and 6 Lenses. Also Holds 2 DSLRs & 300mm f/2.8 Lens. Unattached up to 400mm lens

      Laptop Capacity
      Thin 15” laptop

      Exterior Dimensions
      13.39 x 18.11 x 5.91" / 34 x 46 x 15 cm

      Interior Dimensions
      13.39 x 17.32 x 4.72" / 34 x 44 x 12 cm

      3.7 lb / 1.68 kg

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    • Kiboko 30L or 30L+  

      Kiboko 30L or 30L+

      Designed to carry
      Pro-sized DSLRs
      and Super-Telephoto Lenses

      Body and Lens Capacity
      Holds 2 DSLRs, 7 Lenses
      or Medium Format Kit. Also Holds a DSLR with
      an attached 400mm f/2.8 Lens. Unattached up to 800mm lens

      Laptop Capacity 30L REG
      No Laptop Compartment 30L or

      Laptop Capacity 30L+ Laptop Compartment Included with 30L+

      Exterior Dimensions
      12.6 x 20.47 x 6.69" / 32 x 52 x 17 cm

      Interior Dimensions 30L REG
      11.81 x 20.08 x 5.91" / 30 x 51 x 15 cm

      Interior Dimensions 30L+

      11.81 x 20.08 x 5.5" / 30 x 51 x 15 cm

      3.9 lb / 1.77 kg

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    • Butterfly Style

      Butterfly Style

      • Revolutionary accessibility with our front access design. The panels extend no further than the footprint of the bags so you can get your gear in tight spaces.
    • Capacity


      With a surprisingly large capacity, the bags allow for some give accepting slightly larger lenses inside that go incrementally beyond interior dims.

    • Comfort


      Designed to keep you comfortable while on the go, the 3D mesh back panel creates a soft and breathable surface against your back with airflow channels to keep perspiration at a minimum. A sternum strap helps distribute the weight of your gear and is easily removeable

    Top Handle

    A firm and generous handle makes grabbing your bag secure and easy. While you do the shuffle in line at the airport or if you need to get your gear up to an overhead shelf, these beefy handles allow you to grab and go.


    Fantastic Bag

    Bought this bag for a trip up north, on a bush plane, hence the need for a small bag. Was able to pack a Canon R5 with 100-500 attached, R6 with a RF70-200 attached and a RF14-35, plus 4 batteries a charger, a 14 inch Macbook Pro, charger and cable. The butterfly is an excellent concept, can take lots of stuff. I also tried, and can put the RF800, the 100-500, and the 14-35, the two camera bodies in it. The cameras have to be detached and put in face to face. Have ordered its big brother 30L for when I am bigger planes.


    Great Little Bag

    The 16L is a great little bag. Perfect size for a smaller mirrorless system. I got mine because I was downsizing from a full on Nikon DSLR system to a more compact Sony system. The bag is incredibly weatherproof. I’ve shot with it in the rain, wind and heavy snow and not one drop of water got in the bag. It also feels good on my back when hiking. If I had to make one suggestion it would be to make the zipper loops different colors. All 4 are the same blue and I end up opening the wrong compartment sometimes. Maybe one color for the main compartments and another color for the smaller ones where the accessories go. Great bag and tough as nails.


    I simply freaking love this bag.

    Ok, I had the old bag from back in the day. I was thrilled Gura came back. So I bought a 22L, not because I needed it but because I loved my old Betaflea so much but it didn’t have a laptop sleeve. LOVED the 22L new Kiboko. So…leaving for a trip where I would be on a small sea plane with limited size and weight, I ordered a 16L. THIS BAG IS FANTASTIC. Great size, holds what I need. Currently shoot with a Leica M which is obviously small, but I also have a Plaubel Makina W67 tucked in there! So there is room. Highest quality construction. COMFORTABLE to wear, which is rare for backpacks IMO.

    Suggestions for improvement? Not many, this bag ticks all the boxes. Maybe an RFID pocket?

    I’m so happy that Gura is back, don’t hesitate on this bag…get one. You’ll love it.

    Keith R. Sbiralon

    Finally! THE BAG I've been looking for

    I have tried over 5 different camera bags in the last 7 years and I can't believe that I finally found my favorite.
    It holds a bunch of gear, very easy to use organization dividers, even when it's full it doesn't feel too heavy and the weight feels very well distributed.
    I love this bag and highly recommend it!

    David Rock

    The Best Bag For Me

    The GuraGear Kiboko 2.0 16L Backpack is the best bag for me as a travelling
    freelance photographer that focuses on outdoor lifestyle and adventure. Its
    small form factor and padded 3D mesh design on the back is perfect for
    hiking and long adventures with its breathability but the customizable build
    on the inside allows me to bring only the gear I need while leaving enough
    room to bring along extra accessories or clothing if I need. With multiple zip
    compartments throughout the front of the bag as well as the inside, I’m able
    to store all the small accessories like extra batteries, memory cards,
    notepads and more to make sure I have everything I need with me for the job.
    My favourite thing about the bag that provides me the most comfort is the
    easily accessible rain cover because my job frequently has me outside and in
    all kinds of weather.

    Cody Baker

    • Side pockets

      Side pockets

      There are side pockets located on either side of the backpack. The base is reinforced for lasting strength and an adjustible clip is available to secure the tripod in place. Fits a large waterbottle, rolled up jacket or whatever you may bring on your journeys.

    • Laptop Sleeve

      Laptop Sleeve

      A padded and well protected laptop sleeve rests against your back, fitting a 15" laptop.

    • Weather Cover

      Weather Cover

      All Kiboko 2.0. bags include a rain cover that is held in a small pocket on the backpack. Available and easy to slip over when the weather gets really torrential.

    Against the Elements.

    X-PAC VX-21's waffle like design shows it's stength and it feels far from cheap. Whether you are riding in a zodiac in antarctica or facing the trials and tribulations of daily life VX-21 holds strong.

    Our History

    Solving for a critical need: Weight

    Co-founders Trevor Peterson and renowned wildlife photographer Andy Biggs created Gura Gear to answer a problem critical to traveling to extreme locations: weight limits on photo gear.

    En-route independently to East Africa, both Andy and Trevor got into some trouble with the carryon restrictions at Schiphol airport in Amsterdam. “I had packed two Nikon Pro DSLR bodies and 200-400mm f/4, 70-200mm f/2.8, & 24-70mm f/2.8 lenses, putting me past the weight limits. It took some convincing to get in the air, "-Trevor.

    Talking over the campfire after a long day of photographing wildlife, Andy and Trevor discussed what the perfect camera bag would be. Literally on the back of napkin, the Kiboko backpack was sketched out. 

    Over two years of development, eight rounds of prototypes, and one patent application later (and one very frustrated factory manager), the Kiboko camera backpack was launched. 

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